Promised I'd break these all up for you so you could have all of the info and links, so ...Pt.2, living room. The light, that I am wildly obsessed with, I would have in every room and concept I designed if that wasn't frowned upon. It's the arteriors Tilda chandelier. I got mine right here in DE at angersteins because I work with them often. I love the Arteriors selection and will include everything for you in the links below. Chandeliers are expensive, and they are one of a few things I think is worth an investment-- after choosing verrrry carefully. I love that the wood pieces look like candle tapers. It lights from the middle and at night actually casts kind of magical rays from those.
Shades are from the shade store. For anyone with windows that are not standard size I HIGHLY recommend them. My experiences with them have been easy. If anything breaks (once, my chain snapped) they arrive and repair it for free. I chose woven wood waterfall shades in a warmer off-white to warm up my stark white walls. The texture is subtle and special.
I added a small marble side table and like that it has black and gold elements to ground it even though it's small and simple.
The love seat was originally from West Elm. I saw it on the site and liked the shape and leg but the color was all light pink- the color on the bottom- which just felt a bit too glam for my style. So I bought it, and then stopped by to see the team at Calico to grab a crushed peachy/pink velvet and have them reupholster it. Couldn't. Be. Happier.
I added a large grey and tan rug, and two coffee tables. Two, because I just couldn't find the size I wanted so why not.
The artwork is an abstract piece of my own and the accessories are always changing. If you have any questions about anything else in the space by all means feel free to ask. Links below.
Tilda Chandelier- Arteriors
Chair- west elm
Chair Fabric/upholstery: Calico
Rug- Rugs USA
coffee tables: Ave home
Painting: Abstract by your truly. Order yours on the contact page. email@example.com ;)
Photos: by Alison Conklin